Trish Davison, is the ‘creative maker’ behind The Bear and the Ladle and Burma In Ya Belly
Being the youngest of 8 children, she knows the true meaning of heart warming, tasty food, shared with many and one and all. Although Trish’s initial career was in the field of events, administration and accounts management, her passion has always been about food and delivering unique flavours, spices and sides to compliment any dish.
From catering events with her previous catering business, to her award winning range of condiments, Trish converts everyone in her path to a love and enjoyment of her food, initially with the cuisine of her parent’s homeland Burma, with her successful mobile catering business Burma In Ya Belly, and now combined with The Bear and the Ladle’s repertoire, of modern fusion flavours from places she has travelled around the globe, and come to love.
She is a little Aussie born/Burmese power pack – With her infectious smile and constant ‘bustling busyness’ she loves to whip up a feast in no time flat either for business, friends and family or volunteering as a food maker and lending a hand through community awareness such as Rosie’s – Friends On The Street outreach program.
Following her successful business ‘Burma In Ya Belly’ for many years, Trish launched ‘The Bear and the Ladle’ a range of artisan and outstanding stable of condiments, mustard’s, relishes and sauces.
Following a feature on ‘The Today Show’ Trish’s success has been tenfold and her condiments are available widely on the Sunshine Coast, Brisbane and also on line. An invited competitor in the World Wide Mustard Competition 2018, the sky is the limit for Trish and The Bear and the Ladle.
Since recently re-developing the Burma In Ya Belly brand, focusing on bottled chilli condiments, Trish has continued her successes, taking GOLD and SILVER for 2 of the products entered in the Sydney Royal Fine Food Awards in 2019.
Exhibiting at the Good Food and Wine Show this October in Brisbane and looking forward to another sell out success!